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# \$58 bill; 20% tip?

\$58 divided by 10 to give you 10% which is \$5.80. Multiply \$5.80 by 2 to find 20%, which is \$11.60. So a 20% tip of \$58 is \$11.60.

Suzannah Bawtree
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Whenever you see a percentage you can think about it as 20÷100. So when you want to find how much is the 20% in a 58\$ bill you can multiple 58 with the 20÷100 which is 58*20÷100=11,6

Chrysa Lafka
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Find 10% first, so divide the total (\$58) by 10. So 10% is \$5.8...then 20% is double 10%, so multiply the \$5.8 by 2, which gives you \$11.6

Alfred Egesi
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\$58 bill with a 20% tip on top - 58/10=5.8 5.8x2=11.6 \$11.60 tip.

Jazz Collyer
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